Missing Mom

I thought she would be around much longer. Sometimes life throws you an unexpected curve.

The initial shock leaves one in a state of disbelief as you continue to pick up the pieces of her life left behind.

Some of us have gone through this experience. You’re left with a hole in your life that a mothers love will no longer be able to fill.

Sometimes on my way to work I would reach for the phone to call her as we talked about any and everything.

Now she is no longer here…..

Almost one year ago, I lost my mom due to a ruptured aneurism. She was 87 years old and went home to meet the lord.

This first Mothers day without her is difficult and weighing very heavily on my mind.

We were mom and daughter but we were also best friends.

She was special strong and full of spirit. A prayer warrior, mom was always praying for our family and others who had their battles.

Her death took our family by surprise because the symptoms showed up unexpectedly. She died within a week.

There is a lesson to be learned as we go through our life experiences.

Never take your mom for granted. Thank her and let her know how much she’s loved and appreciated because you never know what tomorrow will bring.

This Mothers day I would like to honor all the mother’s who work hard to take care of their families.

For those whose lost their moms, remember the good memories you shared.

Mom I miss you and you will always be in my heart.

3 thoughts on “Missing Mom

  1. Yes! “Never take your mother for granted!” Thank you for sharing. I lost my mom ten weeks ago. She was 61 and died unexpectedly. So my first Mother’s Day without her is tomorrow. The grief is massive. I hope you can try to have a wonderful day tomorrow celebrating your Mama! ✌️

    1. Thank you..I feel your pain. I went to church this morning and couldn’t stop thinking about her. This is the first Mother’s day without her. Please hang in there. I know they are smiling and looking down at us today. Have a wonderful day..

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